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127 Atlantic Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11201
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- Sun - 11:00am - 12:00am
- Mon - Thu 6:00pm - 12:00am
- Fri 6:00pm - 1:00am
- Sat 11:00am - 1:00am
4.8 of 5.0 from 78 reviews
price range:$26 to $50
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For ambiance and standard fare, best spot in the area for Sunday brunch, despite lots of competition.
by Alexander L.
The buttermilk biscuits are beyond buttery. You've been warned. Wildly flavorful and juicy scrambled eggs. Also: Duck Hash: never fails to blow socks off. Great brunch, You can't go wrong.
by Nicholas D.
Duck hash recommended
by Michelle R.
The duck hash was jizztastic.
Sit facing the open kitchen if you can and have a Bloody Mary at brunch. Spicy and not too thick.
by Ben W.
I personally don't think French toast is the time or place to get creative with your toppings.... You'll have to ask for butter and syrup.
by Zac S.
They will literally juice anything, which is awesome because both times I've been here I've forgotten my ID.
by Ben G.
Seriously amazing cocktails and great staff.
by Maria C.
Gorgeous space, great doughnuts, stellar vibe -- please get soy/almond milk!
by Maryam K.
Great food but it seems like the entire staff hates one another.
by Brian M.
Great service, really good food!. Definitely one of the best places to go. Brunch here is fantastic, try leek and gruyere omelet or duck hash. They have French press coffee too!
by Anna D.
The Bloody Caesar is perfection. Best to have at least two.
by Deborah A.
Lovely food. If they have it, get the rabbit & foie gras terrine.
by Premshree P.
Shrimp and grits. Always.
by Caroline M.
Really tasty brunch. Get the monkey bread!! The Biscuit Benedict paired the their French press coffee is amazing, as well. Afterward, stroll down to the Brooklyn Bridge Park.
by Nathan G.
Fig and ricotta crostinis. Heirloom tomato salad. Must haves.
by Patricia L.
They have a really good sense of flavor combinations.
by Nick G.
Order the pork chop entree with couscous. Cooked perfectly, juicy, flavorful, just right. Also the ricotta, mint and honey crostini.
by Liz C.
Duck hash was the best. Really good brunch.
by Jessica M.
Fried Brussels sprouts with bacon and cranberries. Yum!!
by ginny h.
Anything with peas. They are fresh and crunchy. Simple ingredients. Also get the baby lettuces with buttermilk and herbs.
by Rob H.
Evan and Aaron are amazing bartenders!!
by Emily M.
A litre of wine for $40 and the best sticky date cake in the world.
by Kika G.
get the shrimp and grits with an egg. also ask for a side of siracha to go with it. perfection.
by Kris Y.
Sticky Date Cake. You must eat it. The donuts are good, too.
by eric m.
The duck hash will not disappoint you. Superb dish!
by Lynh N.
The gruyere and leek scrambled eggs are excellent.
by Julia B.
The duck hash for brunch. That is all.
by Sophia S.
Spaghetti squash carbonara.
by Kate K.
Salted Caramel Doughnuts Amazing
by Pawel G.
probably the best shrimp and grits I've ever tasted. and if you're having it for breakfast, you can Put An Egg On It.
by jake f.
Amazing food and service! The crostinis and seabass were pure perfection and we got to sample desserts for free. Great staff!!!
by Iris B.
Loved the ricotta crostini, duck hash, shrimp & grits and the pancakes.
by Jannica C.
Fresh doughnuts too! Like someone sexing yr mouth.
by Jason K.
I love this place. Easily the best restaurant in the Hts. Cool hand cuke, duck rilette, spaghetti squash, la Crotta Pinot. Palette heaven.
by Jason K.
At brunch, get the monkey bread.
by Liz H.
Possibly my favorite brunch place in downtown Brooklyn. First time? Order the scramble, crostini w/ ricotta, and a side of Brussels sprouts. Wash it down with a delicious crisp michelada.
by Daniel L
The duck rilette, man. Get it.
by Jason K.
This place was once hot and on its game. Now experience has turned expensively terrible. Step it up. Or stop.
by Anthony D.
MmmM......those salted caramel donuts were good.
by ginny h.
Ricotta gnudi and Brussels sprouts were both excellent
by Jake L.
Some of the brunch dishes, like the poached egg and salad thing, are tiny. Like, appetizer-tiny. If you're hungry definitely ask about portion sizes before u order. Good food tho.
by Damola A.
Try and sit at the kitchen counter in back - it's much more entertaining and you will appreciate the craft more!
by Pat M.
The bartender makes a killer dark and stormy. Oh, and order everything with bacon.
by Jo L.
This place is amazing for brunch. The duck hash (with egg) and the biscuit benedict are very good. Coffee is ok
The hanger steak is amazing!
by Dian S.
Duck egg with lentils, do it!
by Arianna V.
Small decor details make this simple place special. Duck Hash and Asparagus and gruyere scramble with sticky date cake for dessert! All very good but the ice-cream with the cake was way too salty.
by Shrutika S.
Get the ricotta crostini and sit at the bar overlooking the very busy kitchen.
by Karen W.
Scrambled eggs were bland, but the monkey bread was great.
by Mandy F.
the pork belly was AMAZING!
by Kimberly J.
Day or night, order an orange juice. It's cool, creamy, and frothy. A spa treatment for your alcohol-beleaguered gullet.
by Erin P.
Their doughnuts with the salted caramel custard? Yes god.
The pork chop is pretty ridiculous
by Erin S.
Happy to award the Snail of Approval to Colonie
by Slow Food NYC
Baby lettuces = the surprise home run, great staff - solid tunes, get your cheese and meat on and enjoy
by Shaun S.
Amazing food! Great vibe. The scallops with carrots in some kind of purée were heavenly. The cool hand cuke cocktail is my favorite cocktail ever. So refreshing!
by Ariel D.
Go on a Monday, bartenders are so nice and will make u custom cocktail
by Stephanie M.
Duck or rabbit rillette crostini is a must order.
by Saneel R.
Great atmosphere. If you're hungry, go for a large plate. Small plate is SMALL.
by Patty G.
Ask Ian the bartender for the gypsy (not on the menu): bombay sapphire gin, elderflower, splash of orange juice, mint
by Jenna O.
The cheeseburger is ridic. Best I've had in years.
by Dave B.
The duck hash is a must - hands down!
Go with the Biscuit Benedict for brunch. The hollandaise is delicious.
by Amber R.
Everything was fantastic! The scallops great, the skirt steak omg!
by Kenneth B.
Don't miss the smoked egg yolk raviolo!!
by Kellie H.
The acorn squash agnolotti and brussels sprouts were so good I was almost in tears.
by Matt K.
Wow this could be my new favorite restaurant! Everything is amaaaazing!!
by Vanessa S.
I highly recommend a hendricks gin martini. Perfection!
by Girl F.
Try the broccoli soup!
by Ed C.
Brunch here is amazing, never disappoints. Get the scramble or the pancakes
by Adrienne F.
The giant, plump crustaceans float on a bed of velevetty, Saturday-decadent grits. Each spoonful pools in some of the rich, buttery juices in the wide bowl
Try the Bloody Mary - amazing bloody mary (via @Foodspotting)
by Caitlin H.
Found Fresh Doughnuts as Yum Yum. Try it and dish on it at http://dishonit.com
Found Monkey Bread as Yum Yum. Try it and dish on it at http://dishonit.com
Found Duck Hash as Yum Yum. Try it and dish on it at http://dishonit.com
Great restaurant! Living wall is so cool and open kitchen is mesmerizing! Try the spaghetti squash! Great selection of oysters!! We'll be back again and again...
by Corey C.
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